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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (August 13, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
'It is unappealing and intimidating' Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves wanders down to New Street. 579
'Solid progress' for Old Mutual. 524
A favour for triplet Liz saved a life miles away. 460
Abandoned terrapins threaten wildlife. 130
Affordable homes on the edge of the capital. 250
Archive. 181
Archive: Birthdays. 210
Archive: On This Day. 200
Asian models contest at lifestyle exhibition. 237
Athletics: Golden summer inspires Brits. 479
Balti academy will spice up curry fightback. 489
Blunkett 'is failing over drug driving problem'. 422
BOWLS: Greyhound stake their promotion claim. 112
British shoppers pay through nose. 186
Car's secret compartment hid cannabis. 194
Care home manager faces cruelty charges. 334
Caring shoppers would pay more for UK milk. 173
Cheap flights and budget airlines lift airport owner. 749
Chunnel deadline is under threat claim. 216
City View: Support structure vital for machine-tool industry. 508
City winning its Bar wars with the capital. 559
Colombia on alert as rebels step up attacks. 296
Common land blow after Defra ruling. 398
Concerns over novice police on street patrol. 324
Councillor quits after child porn inquiry. 616
Couple pay tribute to fisherman's heroism. 357
Crawford Amber. 95
Cricket: Competition - Banks's bowl over cricket fans with a matchwinner. 252
Cricket: Counties go with Fletcher on contracts. 584
Cricket: Geoff Cope - Yorkshire chairman. 119
Cricket: India batsmen shine through for light relief; At Trent Bridge (final day): India (357 & 424 for eight) drew with England (617). 931
Cricket: Revitalised Bell backed to enjoy feast after famine. 468
Cricket: Young Bears start with a flourish. 231
Culture: Artist's work gets a big hand; The crucifixion is a stock subject for religious art, but a pair of pictures in a Birmingham Cathedral show a different take on the familiar scene. Painter Mike Westley talks to Andrew Davies. 1305
Culture: Chip off the old block; John Whishaw talks to Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez about their seductive new album Let's Leave This Town. 1849
Culture: Radio Choice. 86
Culture: Review - Traditions with individual style. 975
Culture: Rich pickings for down to earth folk; As the first National Allotments Week gets underway this week, Caroline Foulkes looks at the history behind these small patches of land, and how food scares and the increasing popularity of organic veg has boosted their popularity. 506
Culture: TV Choice. 192
Cutting edge talks on canals. 236
Degrees to mark their achievement. 164
Donor campaign tribute as Bethany dies in hospital. 356
e-business: Beware using images on the Net. 440
e-business: Black Country professor in Top Ten of IT's most innovative people. 296
e-business: Bright new future. 174
e-business: Chips are down at Taiwan firms. 508
e-business: Do those living a rural life need fast links? 521
e-business: DoCoMo just keeps on growing. 179
e-business: IBM to sponsor planning seminar. 246
e-business: Internet attack fails to stop US. 289
e-business: Majority lack back-up plans should net connection be lost. 624
e-business: NEC joins multimedia messaging system. 218
e-business: new online shop. 98
e-business: No more having to wait for that postcard to arrive. 574
e-business: Nokia's big hopes to get mobile again. 269
e-business: Orange launches MMS in UK. 556
e-business: Robot helper: Giving a hand to the disabled and elderly. 181
e-business: Smaller shops left behind. 293
e-business: Tee-off for new PGA website. 695
e-business: Tenants can view site on television. 276
e-business: V Two One goes for a Net victory. 201
Electricity and water giant sees profits surge. 264
Estate 'wrecker gangs' slashed car brake pipes in terror campaign. 314
Families see red over green space. 126
Farm health regrets of NFU chief. 409
Floods bring death and misery for thousands. 430
Flu jabs blow. 114
Football: Albion in pounds 3m record swoop. 763
Football: Four-goal Byfield forced to miss Norwich date; Nationwide League preview. 570
Football: Gold set to enjoy capital high life. 675
Football: Harriers pay price for Flynn's trip downstairs. 257
Football: Love it or loathe it, you just can't ignore the hype; Fiery, feisty and fantastic: football is back with a bang, says Frank Malley. 575
Football: New boys Grosvenor face Barwell threat; MIDLAND ALLIANCE. 436
Football: Okon seals Leeds move. 118
Football: Ravenous Seagulls ready to prey on Sky Blues. 464
Football: Zdrilic adds to Lee's hand. 621
From tanks to teeth. 80
Georgica cues up cash from share sale. 386
GOLF: Woods to partner Open winner Els. 451
Green watchdog supports Meacher. 192
Heaven or Hell?; Commuters rail at poll attacking New Street. 495
Husband held over massacred family. 82
I'll give you land for loyalty, says Mugabe. 599
Ill man refrigerated. 83
Illegal actions by Customs & Excise. 211
Insurance brokers look for growth. 245
Insurance rises hit small firms hard. 139
Iraq invites media to view 'weapons plant'. 300
Kidnap police in CCTV hunt for driver. 191
Kwik-Fit gets ready for split from Ford. 325
Leukaemia hope. 140
Lift this 'curse' on our home. 638
Lottery cash for asylum group sparks inquiry. 542
Making a meal out of science and technology; Our food is changing and it is all in the name of convenience. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves looks at the square melon and the easy-peel orange and wonders what else we can stomach. 1275
Managers at home for disabled are suspended. 373
Manufacturing fall holds back region. 491
Market report: Rally grinds to halt amid Fed uncertainty. 578
Metro comparison way off track. 205
Midland abductor linked to hunt for missing girls. 675
Misguided move to get library listed. 254
Montessori nursery offers free childcare. 297
New treatment will help lung-disease sufferers. 397
On the move: Network set up to service mobility charity; Contract boost for jobs. 436
Perspective: Proof positive that time's not on your side. 700
pounds 12m offer to crash victims 'meaningless'. 339
Prince opens medical unit with traffic quip. 84
Prisoner in cell hanging. 109
Race to save canal fish from suffocating; Blanket growth: Waterway clean up in bid to clear invasive weed. 317
Racing: Patient Soltaat to score in long run; Next meeting - August 26. 346
Racing: Sakhee facing fight to continue racing career after French flop. 434
RUGBY UNION: Ben Tune - found Guilty. 90
Rugby Union: Moseley sweating as RFU delay decision. 241
Rumsfeld has al-Qaida plan. 90
Rural closures will help services. 418
Soldier's medal pride as he walks in family footsteps. 577
South East portfolio more than makes up for Midlands disposal. 445
Speedway: Howe high as Wolves share lead. 305
Speedway: Villa plan 'guardian angel' for foreigners. 355
Students take up challenge to recreate Rachel's television garden. 249
Summer Costa terror continues as bomb is found on tourist beach. 354
Suspected new cases in bug scare. 275
T&G wins pounds 2.9m for injured Black Country workers. 352
Text-message bullies face expulsion in schools crackdown. 210
The Birmingham Post Comment: Caught in a very unfair trap. 293
The Birmingham Post Comment: Golden opportunity. 218
Theme for Today. 156
Time for Moseley to go forward and flourish. 350
Too late to save school buses. 431
Town split over asylum row. 493
Travellers flock to online booking group. 488
Vaccine recall hits PowderJect shares. 305
Voters get chance to 'positively abstain'. 94
Voting laws target of legal action. 219
Warm welcome for on-the-spot fines. 246
Why my brother did not kill Daniel Pearl. 229
Why pop and chips are healthy for kids. 309
Woman dies in explosion. 137

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